The dedicated One-Handed Mode that we spotted as an in-development feature in Developer Preview 1 is now stay for customers in Developer Preview 2. As talked about earlier, Developer Preview 1.1 is extra of a bugfix replace. Apart from addressing a few bugs current the preliminary release, there doesn’t seem to be any main adjustments in terms of functionality. There are a bunch of key changes, together with AVIF picture assist, rich content material insertion, multi-channel audio enhancements, ART by way of Project Mainline, audio-coupled haptic effects, and a lot more. In addition to features that we’ve noticed, Google has also introduced several key modifications as a part of their official announcement. Neither of these features is enabled by default, and each should be enabled manually.
- This feature is primarily meant for the app store, specifically Google Play Store on this context, which will get the ability to prioritize essentially the most-used apps from the older gadget and set up them faster on the brand new telephone.
- Such function initially existed underneath the name “Auto Haptic” on the Android-based mostly 2012 Samsung Galaxy S III, released with a vendor-modified installation of Android 4.1 Jely Bean.
- Google filed its enchantment of